Saturday, August 14, 2010

Allen's Last Day with US and

Allen's last day with us was filled with more than I am showing here today, including visits to art galleries, whale watching, driving over hill and dale in Marin County, ending with a Shakespearean play...and I will post more photos in days to come but for now It was tree hugging time in Sebastapol above and tree climbing time in Bodega Bay below
Watching The Taming of the Shew in Marin
Having a heart to heart with uncle overlooking Bodega Bay and seeing birds, star fish and whales
and now taking the trail off to the next huge adventure in his young life...
we waved goodbye this morning as Allen headed off to LA and his future! Good luck Allen, knock 'em dead in Hollywood!


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  2. 1 comments, reactions:
    Cris, Artist in Oregon said...
    Well it looks like it was a wonderful day. Look forward to more pix. I knew you were tree huggers.. LOL That is a big tree.
    Loved the two of them walking on in the last photo. Bet you're having more fun in San Fransisco today just the two of you. Hoping for a wonderful life for your Nephew. Maybe we will be saying we knew him when.:)

  3. Break a leg Allen. I hope all goes well and you are successful and most of all happy.

  4. I hope he makes it in LA. That's a town that can eat you up and spit you out, especially if you are an actor or musician. I wish him much luck and good fortune (and lots of casting calls, too).

  5. Wishing your nephew the best of everything. Anyone who happily hugs trees is the 'right kind of people' to me!

  6. Wow, you guys packed a lot of great activities into his visit! Wonderful!!!!! I sure hope all goes well for him in his future...he sure looks like a fun young man! look right at home climbing trees! Hehehe!

  7. good luck to Allen. Lovely you gave him this richly filled visit before he set off into grown-up land!!! What a great auntie and uncle.

  8. Looks like you had a wonderful time - those deserts are ridiculous!!!!!!


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